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U.S.-Chinese relations continue to be strained. Is there still time and space to reset and improve the relationship between the two states? Learn More >
It is important to reiterate our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We also know, however, that there is a wide gulf between words and action. Change is difficult, messy, and often uncomfortable. It requires our willingness to be honest, to keep fighting, and to stand back up in the face of temporary defeat. Learn More >
The U.S. Department of State has issued a do not travel advisory for China at this time. This development follows the World Health Organization’s decision to classify the novel coronavirus outbreak first identified in Wuhan, China, as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has also issued a warning for all of China. Learn More >
Rosenberg, a graduate from the University of Pittsburgh Department of Economics, was recently credited as a first author in the journal Nature Sustainability. Learn More >
This call for proposals is the next step of the Latinx Cluster Hire Initiative, first announced in June by Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd. Learn More >
Pitt's Nationality Rooms preserve and celebrate the city's diverse cultural traditions. Learn More >
A historian of eastern Africa, Mari Webel teaches popular courses at Pitt such as Disease and Health in Modern Africa and History of Global Health. Learn More >
Undergraduate and graduate students interested in global opportunities shouldn’t miss the UCIS International Career Toolkit Series.  Learn More >
The University of Pittsburgh was again named among the world’s top 50 universities in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Global Universities rankings. Learn More >
The University of Pittsburgh’s 1989: Year of Revolutions series explores the impact and global legacies of the Cold War 30 years after the iron curtain fell. The series includes lectures, interviews, film screenings, and roundtables with regional and global focuses.  Learn More >